Hammond Highway Hunting Property

Description

Here is a larger hunting property located just on the north side of Hammond Highway. This property has multiple wetlands that set up great for waterfowl hunting. With one permanent blind already in place and multiple options for additional blinds, these wetlands are sure to have birds during the fall. The wetlands are bordered by cattails that offer pheasant habitat throughout the harsh winters. Outside of the cattails are acres of native upland grasses. These grasses consist of Canada Wild Rye, Big Blue Stem, Switchgrass, Indian grass, and many more. The first time walking this property, I had my dog with me and she flushed multiple pheasants throughout the tract. The southern portion of the property is mostly wooded and is covered with deer sign. In this area of the property, there is also a permanent deer stand. All of the deeded acres offered for sale are enrolled in a permanent U.S Fish and Wildlife Service Easement. This easement does allow for habitat improvements such as native grass management with burning, or mowing. It also allows for seasonal camping as long as no vegetation is permanently disturbed.

Property Details

  • Great waterfowl and pheasant hunting
  • Multiple wetlands
  • Acres of native grasses
  • Cattails for winter cover
  • Wooded areas for deer hunting
  • Paved road access
  • Located on Hammond Highway between Madelia and St. James
  • About 25 miles southwest of Mankato

Hammond Highway
Madelia, Minnesota 56062